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That’s right, Jack-o!

That’s right, Jack-o!

When is a pumpkin not a pumpkin? When it’s a Jack-o-lantern! The first ever combined social between the Immunology PhD students and the Pathology PhD students happened on October 25th in the picnic area between the Jones and Sands Building. The turnout was impressive, and everyone enjoyed carving pumpkins, eating…

Geocaching at Beaver Dam

Geocaching at Beaver Dam

(See the Video!)      Me: “I am looking for a fun community-building outdoor activity for Duke graduate students to kick off the academic year. Do you have any activities out in nature close to campus?”  Frog Hollow: “How about Geocaching on the lake using kayaks at Beaver Dam?” Me:…

Let’s Talk Science

Let’s Talk Science

Simranjit Singh, a PhD student working in Dr. Yiping He’s lab, creates a podcast series called “Scientist the Human.” His goal is to have laid-back conversations with scientists engaged in exciting research and explore their work and career paths. Recently, he interviewed Dr. Herman Staats about his vaccine work and…

Congratulations to the new author!

Congratulations to the new author!

Pakawat Chongsathidkiet, who is a second year PhD student in the Pathology Department, and his colleagues in the Duke Brain Tumor Immunotherapy Program have received good news:  their revised manuscript on bone marrow T-cell sequestration in glioblastoma has been accepted for publication by Nature Medicine. Glioblastoma is the most common…